Henry Fielding

Henry Fielding (22 April 1707 – 8 October 1754) was an English writer and magistrate known for the use of humour and satire in his works. His 1749 comic novel ''The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling'' was a seminal work in the genre. Along with Samuel Richardson, Fielding is seen as the founder of the traditional English novel. He also played an important role in the history of law enforcement in the United Kingdom, using his authority as a magistrate to found the Bow Street Runners, London's first professional police force. Provided by Wikipedia

by Fielding, Henry
Published 1903
W. Heinemann

by Fielding, Henry
Published 1787
printed for the proprietors, and sold by Rachael Randall, No. 116, Shoe-Lane, Fleet-Street; and all booksellers in England, Scotland, and Ireland

by Fielding, Henry
Published 1783
printed for Harrison and Co. No. 18, Paternoster-Row

by Fielding, Henry
Published 1775
printed for and sold by W. Oxlade, at Shakespeare's Head, in George-Street, Old-Bailey; and J. Bradshaw, in St. John's Street

by Fielding, Henry
Published 1749
London: printed and Dublin re-printed by E. Bate, in George's-Lane

by Fielding, Henry
Published 1748
printed by S. Powell, for Joseph Cotter, under Dick's Coffee-House, in Skinner-Row; and William Ranson, in Dame-Street

by Fielding, Henry
Published 1776
London: printed for Newbery, and Dublin: re-printed by T. Walker, (no. 79) Dame-Street

by Fielding, Henry
University of Virginia Library